Vacation in Italy

Florence | Amalfi | Rome

Explore the culinary epicenters, fashion capitals, historic and lively cities, and the breathtaking landscape of Italy, from the renaissance city of Florence to Rome’s historic Colosseum.

Level
Luxury $4,500
VIP $7,500
Season
May – October
Duration
8 Days 7 Nights
Theme
Group of Friends
Product Code
EA020_311

The Highlights of the Journey

  • Visit the main landmark of Florence completed with a sunset cruise on Arno river
  • Explore beautiful islands around Amalfi including the beautiful Grotto
  • Tour around the city of Rome full of fun with Golf Cart that covers many main sights of Rome
  • Enjoy a private guided tour of historical Colosseum and Vatican

 

**Rates are per person, starts from, based on USD, and 2 people traveling together staying in one room

Day 1 - 3

Florence | 2 Nights

Florentia—literally “florid city”—was the name given by the Romans to this settlement founded in the I century AD along the Arno river, at the foot of Fiesole, an Etruscan city whose ruins are visible on the hill which dominates the city. The flowering of Florence in art, culture and international trade began in the 13th century and reached its peak in the 15th century under the reign of the Medici family, who ruled over the city for more than three centuries.

Once in town, you will have time to explore Piazza dei Miracoli and visit the most famous tower in Italy, the leaning Tower with other beautiful monuments. You will also have the opportunity to admire the impressive artist work in the Cathedral and the Baptistry.

Before sunset, we take you to cruise in private and leisure by a traditional Florencian boat down the Arno River or Classic Florence Barchetto, passing by the Uffizi Gallery, admiring Ponte Vencchio from beneath and find out more about the mysterious Vasari Corridor.

Day 3 - 5

Amalfi | 2 Nights

During your stay in Amalfi you will be picked-up by your guide who will bring you around capri and explore this beautiful island including the beautiful Blue Grotto for 4 hours.

The Blue Grotto is 25 meters wide and 60 meters long, with a tiny entrance less than a meter high. To enter, visitors lay back in wooden rowboats and glide through the low cave mouth. Once inside, the boats bob in the dark, suspended on the surface of water so blue that it seems dream-like.

Inclusions:

  • 4-hours tour on boat
  • Towels
  • Base drinks (water, juice, soda, beer)
  • Base snacks (chips, nuts, olives)
  • Transfers from and to port

Day 5 - 8

Rome | 3 Nights

Today you will transferred to Rome, enroute you will visit most of the western area of Pompeii and cover the highlights, such as the Marina Gate, the Forum, the Basilica, the Temple of Juppiter, the Stabian Baths, the House of Menander, the Brothel the Teathers, the plaster casts of the victims, shops, fountains and more, do not miss the opportunity to see one of the best archaeological sites in the world, getting the real feeling of how Romans used to live before the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius.

You can enjoy the following activities suggestion during your stay in Rome:

Golf Cart Tour around Rome

Tour around the city of Rome full of fun with Golf Cart. Sites covered: Colosseum, Circus Maximus, Arch of Constantine, Avventine Hill, Michelangelo’s Campidolio square, Mouth of Truth, Capitol Hill, Knights of Malta keyhole, Emporer Trajan forum and Column, Spectacular View of the Roman forum, Great Palace on the Palatine hill, Arch of Janus, Vestal Tempel, Panoramic view of Rome at the orange tree garden.

VIP Colosseum Experiences – Skip the Line

A tour designed to discover the ancient imperial Rome. In the hearth of the city it’s possible to relive the power of Rome through its most important monuments such as the Coliseum. The Flavian Amphitheatre, built by the Emperor Vespasian, was the venue for the games that took place in ancient Rome.

VIP Vatican Guided Tour

After breakfast you will be picked-up by your guide and explore Vatican Museum with Skip the Line

The Vatican Museums house some of the world’s most beautiful and culturally significant art. Few museums in the world have the potential to be so moving to its visitors, yet few museums are as difficult and frustrating to navigate as well.

End of the journey.